Since today marks the end of the summer, it’s time to officially say goodbye to our summer editors. Caroline Elizabeth and Vanessa Lynn will be focusing on their new adventure as seniors at FIT this year.
Hopefully we’ll hear more from them soon, but in the meantime, [...]
On Tuesday, we chatted live on Twitter with London-based startup Poq Studios about what’s going on in the mobile fashion space.
Here’s a recap of what was discussed
According to Poq Studios, 64% of smartphone owners use their mobile devices to shop online. And smartphones are now able to support what consumers [...]
The 2011 Emmy-wining mini-series “Mildred Pierce” is based on both the 1941 novel and 1945 Oscar winning film starring Joan Crawford. The story is of a separated mother of two, payed by Kate Winslet, who opens a successful restaurant while falling in love again and dealing with her terribly spoiled daughter, played by [...]
“Legally Blonde” is a 2001 romantic comedy and surprisingly inspiring chick flick all in one. It stars one of my favorite actresses, Reese Witherspoon, as blonde bombshell Elle Woods. Elle went from being a Delta Gamma sorority president and fashion merchandising major at a school in California to a Harvard Law student. A [...]
Last week I moved to Manhattan and while I was bumming around my new neighborhood eyeing local restaurants and possible concert venues, I stumbled across the Mercury Lounge. After doing a little research, I came to the devastating realization that Charlie Winston performed there in May and I am many months too late [...]
One of the most iconic shows for fashion of all time is “Gossip Girl”, costumed by Eric Damon. The show features a host of stylish characters, but the two most beloved fashion icons in the show are Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) and her best friend for life, Serena Van Der Woodsen (Blake Lively). [...]
Over the weekend I treated myself to the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit at San Francisco’s de Young museum. To sum up my experience, it was weird, wacky and wonderful, and all at the same time.
Upon waiting to enter the first part of the exhibit I could hear a voice talking and some singing. As [...]
The 1965 film “The Sound of Music”, starring Julie Andrews, is a classic story of love, hope and bravery. The musical film is a period piece, based in the 1940’s. The story follows the lives of the Von Trapp family and their new governess, Maria (played by Andrews) during the beginning of the [...]
Ne-Yo’s artistry can be described by using one word: smooth.
His hits, including “Champagne Life” and “One in a Million” showcase him as a triple threat with his voice, dance moves and personal style. He’s not shy to rock suspenders one day and some fly sneakers the next, but always stays true to his [...]
Boston is having a fashion revolution. Do not adjust your computer screen, you read that correctly. Note that I did not say that Boston is having a fashion renaissance, but a true fashion/tech revolution (revolutions are kind of our MO). This fashion revolution kicked off Wednesday night as Ministry of Supply opened their sleek [...]